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UK companies disclose huge gender pay gaps of up to 36%

Shared from on 25 April 2017

As British companies prepare to make public the difference between what their male and female employees earn, early reports from a handful of companies have revealed pay gaps as high as 36 per cent – twice the national average.

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Gender pay gaps must be declared by UK companies

Shared from on 6 April 2017

Companies with more than 250 employees must now reveal their gender pay gap figures.

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Here’s why I won’t be attempting to bridge my firm’s gender pay gap

Shared from on 22 February 2016

John Timpson: Straight-talking, common sense from the front line of management

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Here’s why I won’t be attempting to bridge my firm’s gender pay gap

Shared from on 22 February 2016

John Timpson: Straight-talking, common sense from the front line of management

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Here’s why I won’t be attempting to bridge my firm’s gender pay gap

Shared from on 22 February 2016

John Timpson: Straight-talking, common sense from the front line of management

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King’s College London ‘pays female academics £10,000 less than men’

Shared from on 18 May 2015

Students are calling on the head of King’s College London to publish salaries of university staff after claims that female academics were being paid £10,000 less than men.

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